looking for inspiration? Or fellow artist? Well maybe start with WorkBook. They are a great site to link up or explore who is out there and what is popular in the industry at the mo. http://www.workbook.com
I always found Roald Dahl’s stories and poems hilarious as a child and they still inspire me now. The illustrations by Quentin Blake are so well know it was hard not to be influenced by them when trying to illustrate a Roald Dahl poem. My Attempt
having a go at redoing our favourite movies as a signal image. Very fond of Play Time (1965) as a number of continual line drawing. When you watch the film you will understand; seeing each image move into each other.
take one Haiku add an image subtract any literal definition. Equals, fun with finding the metaphor.
the original idea of cubist, this was to give us an idea of how our eye builds up an image. The fact we don’t see from just one view point. We see many angles at once and our brain makes the image up. So we collected different parts of ourself in self portrait and cameContinue reading “Classroom illustration: mismatch corps.”
Making characters and scenes from dada to cut and paste. Our work:
from modelling clay to cardboard cut outs. You can still be 3D and not be called an animator. Illustrations are still frames animators are moving frames. In our own way we do the same…. Carry the narrative to the viewer.